The other day I was able to try the Mystery Pop-Tarts. It's a new gimmick where the Pop-Tarts have a white icing with a fun stamp as the photo (could be a monocle or mustache or something like that) with a white filling. Pretty basic. The idea if you take a bite and try to guess what this flavor is. Well, my family and I tried them and I think I have a pretty good guess what flavor it's supposed to be.

Well, by myself, I tore it in half, then again in another half so my first bite could be as much frosting and filling as possible.

After my first bite. Honestly, I didn't take much. I took a second bite and it just tasted sweet. Nothing fruity, nothing wild, nothing tropical -- just sweet. Like when you make your own icing using powdered sugar.

That's what I started thinking I've tasted something similar and then it hit me.

Frosted Sugar Cookies.

You know, those cookies that have way too much frosting on them? I think these taste like that.

Here's where it gets bizarre. My wife took a bite after she tore hers in half, too. She said it tasted like spaghetti. Like, without the sauce, just wet noodles. I kind of laughed but noticed it does have onion and garlic powder as part of the ingredients on the side. I think they use those for the pastry part and not the filling, but still I thought it was a fun observation.

My kids didn't quite know, either. But we love these mystery challenges and fun of Kellogg's to do something like this.

94.5 KATS logo
Get our free mobile app

LOOK: Here are copycat recipes from 20 of the most popular fast food restaurants in America

More From 94.5 KATS